‘You wi*l never see God’s kingdom’ – MP Amisi criticizes Mudavadi, Wetangula for betraying Raila

Friday, April 5th, 2024 13:16 | By
Saboti MP Caleb Amisi. PHOTO/Caleb Amisi/x
Saboti MP Caleb Amisi. PHOTO/Caleb Amisi/x

Saboti Member of Parliament (MP) Caleb Amisi has criticized National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang'ula and Prime Cabinet Secretary (CS) Musalia Mudavadi for 'betraying' Azimio la Umoja - One Kenya coalition leader Raila Odinga.

In his statement shared via his official X page, Amisi noted that the two, Mudavadai and Wetang'ula abandoned Raila in his time of need.

The legislator went on to state that the two are politically punctured due to their decision to join the government as speaker and prime CS.

"Mudavadi and Wetangula betrayed Raila Odinga when Baba needed them at the most critical juncture, 2022. The Kalenjins and Kikuyus have never seen soldiers nor businessmen in the two. They will never see the kingdom of the Lord. They are politically punctured because of their greed and shortsightedness," Amisi said.

The lawmaker further highlighted that the hope of the Luhya nation lay with the younger generation which he says is more principled and audacious.

Amisi also said the younger generations who have stuck with Raila through thick and thin are the most deserving of the leadership title in the Luhya nation.

"The hope of Mulembe nation lies in the young generation who are principled, audacious, says no when they mean no and yes when it is right to say so. Who have stuck with Raila through thick and thin and endured humiliation up to the end.

"The gods are not in favour of Eugene and Oparanya but your guess should not come too early. Kenya needs a renaissance! (SIC)" he added.

Mudavadi and Wetang'ula ditched Raila for Ruto in 2022, at the time, the two leaders said they had agreed to work with Ruto to better the lives of Kenyans.

"We have agreed to work with William Ruto to the end. This is not about seeking positions but working to better the lives of Kenyans," Wetangula said.

On his part, Mudavadi maintained that he would not change his mind on his decision, adding that anyone who disagreed with Ruto should not choose friends for them.

"If you disagreed with Ruto, that's for you. You cannot choose friends for us," he said at the time.

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